Best freakin chocolate pudding you will ever put in your mouth

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Holy man. This is a good situation right here. You can either make the pudding and just eat it like that, and you won’t be sorry, trust me. Or, if you are feeling tarty, you could make the tart crust. I ‘accidentally’ made too much pudding so once I had filled all the tarts I had no option but to eat the remaining heavenly leftovers…

Tart crust:

1/3 cup toasted walnuts
1/3 cup toasted almonds
4 big dates (or 6-8 little dudes)
3 TBS shredded coconut
Sprinkle of hot water

Blend till forms into a ball
Press into tart tin. Helps if you wrap your finger in plastic wrap as it’s a bit sticky.

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Heavenly chocolate pudding:

2 ripe avocados (yes, you read that right, just trust me mkay?)
1 tsp vanillaaaa
6 TBS cacao
4 TBS honey, agave or brown rice syrup
2 tsp coconut oil
Dash of cinnamon
3 tsp carob powder (this really does add to the flava flav so I wouldn’t omit)

Blend until smooth. Taste. May need to add more sweetener to your liking. I added a few dashes of stevia. Taste again. Die and go to heaven.

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Best eaten chilled!! So do try and leave it in the fridge for at least an hour!

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5 responses

  1. Hmm seeing as I dont have any of those ingredients (except the avo) I think I will leave it up to you to make for me next time I see you! They look REALLY good.

  2. Ok, where do I buy such oil? Dumb question but does it taste like coconut? Like if you fried potatoes etc to make chips would they be coconutty? haha

    • Buy it at a health food store or some more specialty grocery stores have it, I’ve never seen it at Coles or anything. You can get a few different types and they range in price
      Extra virgin cold pressed is the most expensive because of the way it was processed (not heated so none of the nutrients were lost) this type has the strongest coconut smell and taste as well because of the lesser processing but it’s pretty expensive
      2. Extra virgin coconut oil is a lot cheaper but has lost some nutrients and also a lesser coconut smell and taste (which some might prefer)

      Bottom line, it doesn’t effect the taste too much, not that we have ever noticed…if anything just made stuff tastier! especially if you’re seasoning with other stuff.

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